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Thursday, September 2, 2010

How To Dry Roast Peanuts

Actually this is much easier than I expected. The hardest or most time consuming part is shelling the raw peanut. We don't eat boiled peanuts here at my house, so we will roast them. We were given a whole bucket of raw peanuts from a friend at our playdate yesterday. You can actually salt them, or add whatever exotic flavors you like, after roasting them. You can do it on the stove top, or in the oven. You can read the link or vies the video below. Have you ever dry roasted your own peanuts?


Anne said...

I have never roasted my own peanuts because they aren't terribly accessible in this part of the country. I would love to try it just because I love trying new culinary techniques but no one in my house would eat them. They all dislike peanuts.

betchai said...

oh, we used to dry roast our peanuts when in the Philippines, but here in US, somehow, all I see are roasted peanuts :)

ruthi said...

hmmm this is very informative and helpful. thanks for sharing. i love peanuts especially roasted ones.

Melissa said...

We love peanuts here too, except for DJ. Though he did say he would be willing to at least try them. I will probably doing mine on Monday. I will let you know how they come out.

Anonymous said...

I hope they turn out well! Thanks for having us over to play! Blessings, Laura

Femmepower said...

We love peanuts here, especially my daughter Bianca. But i love them boiled. Bianca loves them roasted.

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